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Six Good Reasons To Grow Your Fruit, Herbs And Vegetables:
- YOU KNOW WHAT YOU EAT
When you eat vegetables grown by yourself, you know what ends up in your body. So you can be sure that no chemicals have contaminated the plants, and you can even witness and experience the growth process of your food.
So you live much healthier and eat more consciously, this will positively affect your health and mind.
- YOU EAT ORGANIC FOR CHEAP
The only downside of organic vegetables is the price. If you grow at home, you can choose natural fertilisers and avoid chemicals and preservatives. You eat fresh and tasty, and that for the small amount of a single plant purchase.
- YOU GET A FEELING OF RESPONSIBILITY AND SECURITY
Few things in life give you a good sense of responsibility and security, like growing your food. You have the power, the responsibility for a living being, and you will have a feeling of absolute peace. You save a lot of money and get herbs, fruits and vegetables of the best quality!
- YOU SPEND TIME OUTSIDE
Caring for your herb garden is genuinely a balm for the soul! You get your head free while pottering and digging, forget the daily worries and stress of everyday life or the job.
You automatically get a better and more conscious relationship with your food.
- YOU CONSUME LOCAL FOOD
The transport of food over long distances (aircraft, trucks) increases the price in the market and considerably deteriorates the quality of food. By home growing and cultivating, you avoid this degradation and get the most out of your diet! All nutrients are preserved; it could not be fresher!
- YOU WILL BE SOCIAL ACTIVE & DO GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
When you start growing your vegetables, it can quickly happen that you have grown and harvested too much, and now there is an abundance. For example, you could delight your neighbours, work colleagues or friends by giving the harvest to them or by cooking something delicious for everyone. As a result, several people benefit from it, set an example for the environment and eat better!